Music and media production
Working with music often involves participating in several phases of a production. Technology development involves new challenges and artistic opportunities for musicians, composers and music producers. Music and media production therefore involves interactive media and multimedia productions, music videos and film music.
Unlike at many other higher education institutions, KMH's study programmes in music and media production are artistic and lead to an artistic degree. This means that you develop your artistic creation with computers, synths, and other digital tools as your main instruments.
Teachers in music and media production
KMH's teachers in music and media production are:
- Bo Westman – senior lecturer
- Jan-Olof Gullö – guest professor
- Josef Doukkali – lecturer
- Hans Gardemar – lecturer
- Eleonor Gislason Ferrari – lecturer
- Juhani Hemmilä – lecturer
- Hans Lindetorp – lecturer
- Johan Ramström – lecturer
- Peter Schyborger – lecturer
- Robert Åkerman – lecturer
and a number of hourly-paid lecturers.
Music and Media Department Contacts
Music and Media Production
Director of Studies: Peter Schyborger, +46-736-63 01 61
Director of Studies: Robert Åkerman
Events in music and media production
The students in music and media production often present their music in the form of interactive performances, exhibitions or video installations, but also in more traditional concert form.
Artify the Music
Artify the Music is the annual presentation of the music and media production students. It usually consists of two well-filled evenings with newly written music in interaction with multimedia and interactive elements.
Nobel Creations is one of many collaborations with external institutions.
Students from several higher education institutions create free interpretations of the Nobel Prize in various art forms. From KMH students participate from several programmes. The works are creations inspired by the discoveries and achievements of the prize winner of the year.